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Canvas was designed to revolve around the user. In study after study, users of all abilities find the Canvas interface clean, intuitive and easy to navigate.
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Canvas mobile apps for iOS and Android give lecturers and students the tools they need, whenever they need them and wherever they are. From speed-marking to multimedia discussions, Canvas takes learning way beyond the classroom (and way beyond the desktop).
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Repetition has its place in the learning process, but who needs practice rescheduling due dates? When you create or update an assignment in Canvas, it automatically populates the syllabus, gradebook and calendar, so you can maximise your time by minimising repetitive tasks.
Because Canvas is cloud native, lecturers can view, score and provide feedback on student submissions from a computer or tablet without time-consuming downloads or uploads. And integrated outcomes allow connections between coursework and competencies, making assessing work easier. When aligned with rubrics, outcomes can even help improve lecturer feedback.
What if lecturers could easily include audio or video comments in a course discussion or when marking student work? With Canvas, you can. All you need is a computer or mobile device with a microphone and camera. Canvas does the rest. Attach multimedia to personal messages, assignments, discussions and even marked work.
The Canvas App Centre is your gateway to a world of powerful teaching tools. Even the least tech-savvy lecturers and professors can browse a library of LTI tools—including Khan Academy, Google Charts, YouTube and many others—and install them with a single click. Truly customised teaching experiences, no technical help required.
Tools that make teaching and learning easier
View, score and provide audio, video or written feedback on submissions, all in a single window. Works on iPad, too.
Canvas Analytics helps you turn rich student data into meaningful insights to improve teaching and learning.
Record audio and video messages within Canvas using the webcam and microphone built into your computer or mobile device.
Connect each learning outcome to a specific goal to demonstrate results in clearly measurable ways.
Maximise your time by minimising repetitive tasks (like those associated with rescheduling due dates).
Send and receive course updates when and where you want—by email, text message and even Facebook.
With real-time audio, video and whiteboard capabilities, Canvas conferencing tools help students and lecturers stay connected.
Forget installation headaches. Canvas is accessible through any computer or mobile device with a web-standard browser.
Everyone has their favourite software. Canvas lets you download documents to edit with whatever applications you like.